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Why College Football Coaches Go To Extreme Lengths To Recruit The Best Players

Jim Harbaugh is one of the many football coaches going to great lengths to sign players
Michigan coach Harbaugh, right, has made a splash on the recruiting trail this month. (USA TODAY SPORTS)

Why College Football Coaches Go To Extreme Lengths To Recruit The Best Players

The Crazy, Stupid Money of College Football Recruitment

It was Gladys Knight and the Pips who once sang about taking a midnight train to Georgia, but earlier this week two Notre Dame football coaches boarded an 18-wheeler to the Peach State. Early on Thursday morning assistant coaches Mike Denbrock and Mike Sanford, accompanied I assume by someone with a commercial driver’s license, pulled up…

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By John Walters, NewsweekSouthFloridaReporter.com, Jan. 30, 2016 

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